Missouri University of Science and Technology
Choosing a place to live is one of the most important decisions you'll make when you start college. We have many on-campus living options, so you can choose the one that best fits your lifestyle. No matter where you decide to reside, there are definite benefits that come with on-campus living.
Why live on campus?
Because it’s easier for you to get involved. Living in a residence hall enables you to participate in literally hundreds of personal development and social programs. The people you live with will be your classmates and your friends. You’ll learn different perspectives from students who come from other towns, cities, states or even countries. And you and your fellow residents can actively influence your community by getting involved in the campus resident governing bodies. An added bonus is that classes, as well as club and organizational meetings, are just a short walk away.
By joining a fraternity or a sorority – also known as Greek-letter organizations – you'll develop leadership skills, excel academically, participate in community service, make friends and have fun. Become a part of Missouri S&T's 100-year-old tradition and go Greek.
If you join a fraternity or sorority, you will have meals at your house. These meal prices vary, so be sure to ask about the provided meal service during the recruitment process. And you can always have an additional meal plan to use while you are on campus.
Christian Campus Housing
Missouri S&T offers approved campus housing for students interested in residing at the Men's Christian Campus House or Women's Christian Campus House. Both houses are conveniently located near campus and offer similar amenities to Residence Halls and Greek Housing.
Contact Christian Campus Fellowship for more information on availability and resident responsibilities.
Missouri S&T has invested $60+ million in new residence hall construction and renovation projects in the past 5 years.